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Victoria, 3-10 to 8-10-2004
Back in late 2018, Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) made a come back to Australian ports and is currently the 9th largest shipping line in the world.
Many years ago, people would be familiar with the Hyundai containers with the green and yellow triangle and the sylised 'A' in the logo. These days, it is a more simple HMM and a little triple line wave on a reddy-orange container.
With the reinvention of Hyundai to HMM, came a new container code of HMMU for 45G1 containers, where previous Hyundai containers were commonly HDMU.
Below are a series of photos showing the changing in the HMMU container markings, which started production at 600000.
The blue logo didn't last long with it being replaced with a white logo. The container colopur had gone to more of an orange tone. This one is HMMU 625720-7. The earliest I have seen in this livery is HMMU 612652-6.
The same as the one above, this orange tone HMMU is 621034-4.
Not long before another change. The white logo remains but the container has gone very red. This one is HMMU 630255-9. It is likely that the red is darker as these appear to be leased containers from CAI, yet unusually they are coded for HMM.
Another red one, this one being 631487-9. You can just see the CAI logo on the end door, explaining why these might be a darker red (being CAI red).
This article first appeared on wagonfreak.blogspot.com
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